Issues in the Jacksonian Era
During the 1820's and 1830's, the federal government underwent many changes. The time of one party government ended with the formation of the Democratic Party. The Jacksonian Era had many political controversies and slogans, often criticized by the people and media, including the corrupt bargain of the Election of 1824, the Tariff of Abominations (1828), the nickname "King Andrew", and the "Bank Monster". Jackson reacted to the criticism of each policy.
The results of the Election of 1824 sparked rumors of a "corrupt bargain" between John Q. Adams and Henry Clay. …
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